BROOKLINE, MASS. (WHDH) - A Weymouth woman is recovering after she was hit by a car in a Brookline crosswalk.
The driver took off, and now police are searching for a suspect.
Her family is pleading for help, and praying for their mother.
On Friday, the sisters say their mother, Kim Longmore, was taking her morning walk in Brookline before heading to work when she was hit by a car.
“She looked both ways, didn’t see anyone, crossed, someone just her and drove off,” said one of her daughters.
Longmore was left laying on Washington Street in Brookline.
“We talked to an investigator, I talked to him this morning, he said someone was walking by and he found her in the street,” said one of her daughters.
Longmore, a Weymouth resident, has severe injuries. She has broken bones, internal bleeding, and a ruptured spleen.
Longmore is the secretary of a Brookline Elementary School.
Her family said she’s an incredible mother and grandmother, and the most selfless person anyone will meet.
Longmore’s daughters ask that anyone with information about the incident or hit-and-run driver contact police.
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